As a part of the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, the British Library invited young people around the UK to submit their clauses around privacy, access and freedom in the digital age.
The public would be allowed to vote on their favourite clauses and on the 15th June 2015 (the day of the 800th anniversary) the top ten clauses would create a new Magna Carta for the digital age. The British Library needed a site which could sit within their existing site and present the clauses in an interesting engaging way with a simple voting mechanism.
I developed a colour coded grid approach which at a glance shows which area a clause is related to. The more votes given to a clause, the darker its colour becomes. To make the experience more fun and to break up the clauses we sourced interesting facts about the internet and wireless technology, and I hand-drew illustrations to accompany them.